Prices can change without prior notice.

Emspark appreciates that every client’s needs are unique, and that, at times, the wants are more important than the needs. Financial needs, goals and circumstances change throughout a person’s life; therefore it is important to build a relationship of trust between Emspark and the client, to enable us to recommend the most suitable products to the client’s needs.

 

 

 

What Type of Coconut Oil is Best? How to Choose a Coconut Oil

by Brian Shilhavy
CoconutOil.com

When my wife and I shipped the first “virgin coconut oil” from the Philippines into the U.S. back in 2001, there were only two other commercially available coconut oils being sold as edible oils in the U.S. market. Coconut oil was certainly not popular 13 years ago and there were few choices. If you were using coconut oil as dietary oil back then, chances are you were getting your information about fats and oils from Dr. Mary Enig. Dr. Enig spoke up for saturated fats and condemned trans fats long before anyone else was blowing the whistle on the misinformation coming out of the U.S. edible oil industry. Many of her writings have been featured in the Weston A. Price Foundation publications over the years, and we have featured her research at CoconutOil.com as well.

Today at the beginning of 2015, one has a plethora of choices when it comes to purchasing coconut oil. So what I am going to do in this article is give you an insider view of the current market, without mentioning any specific brands. Not all coconut oils are produced the same way and the type of coconut oil you purchase will depend on what you plan to do with it.

But first, in order to make an intelligent decision about which coconut oil best suits your needs, you need to understand what is currently on the market, and how they differ.

So let’s get started!

 
 
 
 

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Prices can change without prior notice.

Emspark appreciates that every client’s needs are unique, and that, at times, the wants are more important than the needs. Financial needs, goals and circumstances change throughout a person’s life; therefore it is important to build a relationship of trust between Emspark and the client, to enable us to recommend the most suitable products to the client’s needs.

 

 

 

What Type of Coconut Oil is Best? How to Choose a Coconut Oil

by Brian Shilhavy
CoconutOil.com

When my wife and I shipped the first “virgin coconut oil” from the Philippines into the U.S. back in 2001, there were only two other commercially available coconut oils being sold as edible oils in the U.S. market. Coconut oil was certainly not popular 13 years ago and there were few choices. If you were using coconut oil as dietary oil back then, chances are you were getting your information about fats and oils from Dr. Mary Enig. Dr. Enig spoke up for saturated fats and condemned trans fats long before anyone else was blowing the whistle on the misinformation coming out of the U.S. edible oil industry. Many of her writings have been featured in the Weston A. Price Foundation publications over the years, and we have featured her research at CoconutOil.com as well.

Today at the beginning of 2015, one has a plethora of choices when it comes to purchasing coconut oil. So what I am going to do in this article is give you an insider view of the current market, without mentioning any specific brands. Not all coconut oils are produced the same way and the type of coconut oil you purchase will depend on what you plan to do with it.

But first, in order to make an intelligent decision about which coconut oil best suits your needs, you need to understand what is currently on the market, and how they differ.

So let’s get started!

 
 
 

 

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